- Many team members are thrown into a team, given roles and responsibilities, and are expected to perform at a high level without consideration of member tendencies, strengths, and vulnerabilities. Effective teambuilding does not simply involve superficial relationship building through social activities but involves identifying, appreciating, and integrating the diversity of strengths that all team members bring to the table. We incorporate such instruments as the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator and the EQ-i 2.0 assessment of emotional intelligence to identify individual and team patterns of behavior. Through experiential exercises we will help team members understand and appreciate differences and plan to incorporate them for team effectiveness.
- Teambuidling programs can focus on increasing performance; resolving conflict; enhancing communication; developing a vision, mission, and values statement; managing change; enhancing customer relationships; analysis of organizational culture; improving team problem-solving; and managing team stress.
- For maximum impact, teambuilding activities allow for at least a full day or a series of half days. Contact us to discuss a process and focus of teambuilding.